Zumba Fitness World Party announced for Xbox One, hits 360, Wii, Wii U in October

Tuesday, 28th May 2013 16:11 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Majesco has announced Zumba Fitness World Party will be released on Xbox One later this year.

In Zumba Fitness World Party, players will go on a cultural journey “around the world” doing dance/aerobic routine which will help then burn up to 1,000 calories per hour doing over 40 new routines.

The soundtrack features the likes of Lady Gaga, Pitbull and Daddy Yankee in a library spanning over 40 tracks.

It also contains celebrity Zumba instructors such as Beto, Gina Grant, Kass Martin, Melissa Chiz, Heidy Torres and Loretta Bates.

Folks can enlist two-player support on Xbox One and Kinect for Xbox 360 and four-player support on Wii U and Wii.

Zumba Fitness World Party will release in October on Xbox 360, Wii U and Wii. Release date for Xbox One to be announced.



  1. ps3fanboy

    the xbone games are coming!… the micro$haft e3 is gonna be a treat to watch, hahaha!

    #1 2 years ago
  2. Lengendaryboss

    Hey Steph can you ask about any PlayStation Platforms, if possible? Thanks if you can.
    Nintendo and MS receiving dance games, now that poses an interesting question is MS joining Nintendo in sucking up to casual audience?

    #2 2 years ago
  3. Cort

    And the Kinect 2 crapware torrent starts. Oh Milo…..

    #3 2 years ago
  4. The_Red

    To be fair, this is a rather huge exclusive. Don’t get me wrong. It’s a crap game but this thing sold a LOT last time around.

    #4 2 years ago
  5. N2O1990

    #4 But that’s just mutliplatform also have Xbox One version,not sure why mocking Xbox One for this,i mean,Xbox One have sooooo many thing can laugh(or mad) about right now,but i don’t think this one needs to.

    #5 2 years ago
  6. Tech-N9ne

    Funny some people are trolling this.

    Every platform needs these kind of game to sell to the causal audience.

    I dunno why the PS3&4 has been left out, they are not even in the official trailer.

    #6 2 years ago
  7. ps3fanboy

    @6 its been left out because sony focus on real games and gamers. i can promise you more of kinect, dance, sports and brown shooters on microsofts e3 presentation, you xbots have much to look forward to, hahaha!.

    #7 2 years ago
  8. Djoenz

    lol the trailers dont show actual gameplay, but it is a teaser so yeh.
    Soundtrack is awful. Zumba fitness world party terrible name for a title. Women will be all over this.

    #8 2 years ago
  9. tenthousandgothsonacid

    X bone ftl

    #9 2 years ago
  10. ps2fanboy


    #10 2 years ago
  11. ps3fanboy

    @10 your one butthurt xbot that suffer hard i see, lmao!… let me inject salt into the wound.. take a look -> do your crying, dumb nut!

    #11 2 years ago
  12. ps2fanboy

    @11 and you is ones illiterates douchebags that thinks microsoft made the ps2 apparentlys. looks like you’re not a real Sony fan after all!

    #12 2 years ago
  13. Lengendaryboss


    #13 2 years ago
  14. ps3fanboy

    @12 so this is your best attempt?.. to use the ps2 name, lol… what a clown.

    #14 2 years ago
  15. Lengendaryboss


    #15 2 years ago
  16. ps2fanboy

    @14 best attempt at what? what are you suggesting sir? are you doubting my legitimacy and commitment to Sony? how dare you, you filthy bill gates licker!

    #16 2 years ago
  17. ps3fanboy

    oh the ps2 account was suddenly silent and ‘legendaryboss’ appeared out of nowhere.. to post, i guess its your account then ass clown.

    #17 2 years ago
  18. ps2fanboy

    @17 careful now, your butthurt is showing.

    #18 2 years ago
  19. Stephany Nunneley

    @2 Sure thing. I am “assuming” it might be part of a PS4 reveal at a later date – I mean why leave it out? But I will ask anyway.

    And to all those making fun of it – it’s rather fun. I played it at a friend’s house and was exhausted afterwards. :)

    It’s not as fun as the actual class (which I used to take), but it’s close and a lot cheaper!

    #19 2 years ago
  20. reask

    Copy and pasted from NeoGaf
    A few choice cuts;
    Thankfully, a glance at the bigger picture reveals that this is more a question of presentation than strategy. Microsoft will invest no less than $1 billion into games next gen – an unprecedented sum for the firm – and Xbox One will see 15 exclusive titles in its first year at retail, including eight new IPs. All that’s on top of a two-year period of bulking up, which has seen Microsoft Studios open new games studios in London, Washington and Victoria, British Columbia while snapping up talent for its existing operations.

    Core gaming powerhouses 343 Studios, Lionhead and Turn 10 have all seen significant appointments – Lionhead, for instance, now runs under the supervision of MMO expert John Needham, in further evidence that the rumoured Fable 4 will be a cloud-centric affair. Microsoft has hired former Sony executive Phil Harrison – the man who oversaw the gestation of such noted PlayStation IPs as LittleBigPlanet – to manage internal projects and developer relations in Europe. Rare Ltd is poised to return to one of its cherished franchises in what Microsoft Studios boss Phil Spencer bills a “historic” revival.

    Black Tusk Studios is working on a mysterious action title that’s designed to compete with Halo and Gears of War. Microsoft has opened Lift London to create and incubate smaller scale cloud-based games. New projects are underway at Microsoft Studios Osaka, reflecting IEB president Don Mattrick’s assertion that the company remains “committed” to Japan. Perhaps most hearteningly, Microsoft has acquired Press Play and Twisted Pixel to work on “weird, unique” titles for Xbox Live. In short, there’s a lot more bubbling away under the surface than the Xbox One event suggests.

    Pushed to discuss Microsoft’s attitude to first-party exclusives during a roundtable conversation with journalists, he offers a regrettably detail-free yet promising account of Xbox One’s core release slate. “I think they’re always important. We just ran through our script and counted the number of exclusives, and looked at the amount of money that we’re spending and the deals that we have, exclusive windows and [things to create differentiation]. I think, candidly, people are way, way under-indexing how hard we’re punching.”

    “We’re going to come out with detail on things and people are going to go, ‘oh my god’. Like, ‘they were focused, they made this a core goal, core activity’. There are great hits, there’s innovation, and there are world class creators plugged in. You know, I keep track of it all, and I hope everyone here does – we kind of look back at all the different years and at what we shipped, how many units have sold. There’s a lot of hyperbole about things, but I think we’re going to deliver.”

    Naturally, Mattrick’s immensely heartened by the feedback on all this from third parties. “What I’ve heard other people say, without breaking any of their non-disclosure agreements, is that we’ve got something pretty good, and they’re excited to work with us and to see what the capabilities are, and what it could mean for their business. As creators and particularly as consumers, people are like ‘how do I get one early?’”

    Also seen this on vgchartz.

    sales2099 36 minutes ago

    FYI guys. Filtered out kinect studios to have 15 core developer teams…… E3 gonna be huge.

    United States

    343 Industries – Halo series
    Connected Experiences – Untitled Project – Design Large scale multiplayer title and help other first party studios
    Microsoft Studios – Los Angeles – Next generation core cinematic title
    Microsoft Studios – Redmond Publishing – Overseeing and co-developing multiple projects in conjunction with third party development studios based in the Americas and Canada
    Platform Next Studios – Next generation core title
    Skybox Sports – Next generation sports project
    Turn 10 Studios –
    Twisted Pixel Games –


    Lionhead Studios – an unannounced next generation title
    Lift London – Multiple Cloud Based gaming projects
    Microsoft Studios – EMEA Publishing – Overseeing and co-developing multiple projects in conjunction with third party development studios based in Europe, Middle East and Asia regions
    Rare Ltd. – (3 team studio – Concurrent development of various titles)


    Black Tusk Studios – Untitled Project – (an unannounced next generation title)
    Microsoft Studios Victoria – Untitled Project


    Microsoft Studios – Osaka- Unannounced projects

    Not sure if this was already out there but it reads like games to me.

    #20 2 years ago
  21. Lengendaryboss

    Thanks again, I agree that these games are fun in capturing the physical exercise, its not something i am into personally but i don’t make fun of those who enjoy it.
    Thats some Grade A detective work congrats, but like we all said we want MS to reveal these games so they can be the focus of the XboxOne, we don’t want fo find out by reading about it, wheres the fun and excitement in that? :D

    #21 2 years ago
  22. reask

    E3 legendary.
    Besides its good fun this way. :)

    All in all it looks like 1 is going to at leat equal the 4 for games in the first year.

    I mean to me thats great as I will most likely end up getting both unless they are overhyped upgrades which will mean sticking to ps360 for a few more years.

    #22 2 years ago
  23. melonbuster1

    I’m seeing xbox one games listing popping up but no ps4. Hmmmm ?? Sometimes it pays to be the industry leader

    #23 2 years ago
  24. Richenbaum

    You’re kidding yourself if you think there will never be a game like this on ps4. There were dozens of them on ps3.

    #24 2 years ago

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